Learn more about National Audubon Society's work in saving birds other wildlife and their homes. Wildlife protection campaigns, citizen science, education programs, Audubon magazine and more is available online!
This program of the National Wildlife Federation introduces teachers and students to the world outside the classroom window. Your school campus can provide valuable learning opportunities by turning it into a habitat-based learning site.
The National Arbor Day Foundation promotes tree care, planting and conservation. This site has tree curriculum kits, information packets, posters, and other great info for teachers, students and the public.
Did you know that Iowa has lost 99.9% of its natural prairie? The Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is trying to turn that around by restoring over 5000 acres of prairie. Check out this site for prairie curriculum, habitat information and kids activities.
The Izaak Walton League has been helping the environment since 1922. The Ikes are outdoor enthusiasts who work through volunteer, community-based and educational programs to improve nature at the local, state and national levels. Check out some of the ideas they have for Earth Day 2000 activities.
Many recognize WWF by its panda trademark and know that its activities and sponsors span the globe. WWF's mission is to protect nature & biological diversity, so our children have a world to live in when we are gone.
PARC serves to keep amphibians and reptiles alive through public and private partnerships. This site has educator guides, fact sheets and great information on frogs, turtles, snakes, salamanders, and more!